OTHER WORDS FROM infantilizein·fan·til·i·za·tion, noun
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In other words, a time when audiences hadn’t yet been infantilized into a steady diet of comic-book escapism and supernatural fantasy.Jessica Walter and George Segal personified a time when movies grew up|Ann Hornaday|March 26, 2021|Washington Post
But somehow, over the years, sororities have come to infantilize the women they once sought to empower.
Not only do these "gifts" raise tax issues, they also infantilize the senator and makes him look foolish.